This week on Capitol Report 'After Hours:,' former U.S. Congressman Christopher Shays (R-4th District) joined the panel.
The saying goes, "Two is company, three is a crowd." So, what does 24 make?
Alabama passed the most restrictive abortion law in the nation last week, setting up a possible effort to reverse Roe v. Wade.
Talk about being in the right place at the right time.
Ancient man had an easier time chiseling the first wheel than Governor Lamont is having selling his toll plan.
This week on Capitol Report 'After Hours:,' DCF Commissioner Vannessa Dorantes joined the crew!
50 years ago, Max Yazgur's dairy farm was transformed into the greatest concert event in history: Woodstock.
Good ol' New Hampshire, our New England brethren to the north.
Eliminate the state income tax? There's a new proposal being floated at the State Capitol that would do just that and replace it with a payroll tax.
It took an all-nighter, but House Democrats got a huge win last Friday, approving a $15 minimum wage.
Where has Connecticut been heading with regards to economic growth and job creation?
We want to give a little pat on the back to the Capitol Report team.
The great Bob Dylan said it best, "The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind..."
It will be an especially busy month ahead at the State Capitol.
Ever since taking office, the most familiar phrase to pass Governor Ned Lamont's lips are these two words: "Debt diet."